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Graduate Courses

 

AFRICA

  • HISB 6970: Gender in Africa
    Elisabeth McMahon
  • HISB 6970: History of Development in Africa

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ASIA

  • HISC 6120: History of Women in China and Japan
    Brian DeMare
  • HISC 6210: The PRC: China under Communism
    Brian DeMare
  • HISC 6980: Control and Resistance in Imperial China
    Brian DeMare

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MEDIEVAL/ANCIENT

  • HISA 7000: Seminar in Classical, Byzantine and Medieval Numismatics
    Kenneth W. Harl
  • HISA 7020: Proseminar in Late Medieval History
    Faculty
  • HISA 6000: Seminar in Select Topics in Greek History
    Kenneth W. Harl
  • HISA 6010: Seminar in Select Topics in Roman History
    Kenneth W. Harl
  • HISA 6020: War and Power in Ancient Greece
    Kenneth W. Harl
  • HISA 6050: The Italian Renaissance
    F. Thomas Luongo
  • HISA 6090: Seminar in Select Topics in Byzantine History
    Kenneth W. Harl
  • HISA 6230: Medieval Cities
    F. Thomas Luongo
  • HISA 6250: Medieval Religious Culture
    F. Thomas Luongo
  • HISA 6270: Women and Gender in the Middle Ages
    F. Thomas Luongo

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MODERN EUROPE

  • HISE 6050: The Italian Renaissance
    F. Thomas Luongo
  • HISE 6100: Renaissance and Reformation, 1450-1660
    James M. Boyden
  • HISE 6330: Imperial Spain, 1469-1716
    James M. Boyden
  • HISE 6350: Crime and Punishment in Hanoverian England
    Linda Pollock
  • HISE 6360: English Civil War
    Linda Pollock
  • HISE 6370: Seminar in Early Modern England
    Linda Pollock
  • HISE 6380: Seminar in Modern British History
    George L. Bernstein
  • HISE 6510: The Russian Revolution, 1900-1924
    Samuel C. Ramer
  • HISE 6511: Stalin's Russia, 1924-1953
    Samuel C. Ramer
  • HISE 6512: In Stalin's Shadow: The Soviet Union, 1953-1991
    Samuel C. Ramer
  • HISE 6910: Jewish Life and Culture, 1750-
    Marline Otte
  • HISE 6910: Postwar German Cultures
    Marline Otte
  • HISE 6910: Turks, Jews and Other Germans
    Marline Otte
  • HISE 6910: The Two Germanies: 1945-
    Marline Otte

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LATIN AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN

  • HISL 7610: Seminar in Comparative History of the Americas
    Faculty
  • HISL 7710: Seminar in Mexico
    Faculty
  • HISL 7720: Seminar in Modern Latin America
    Faculty
  • HISL 7750: Seminar in Central America
    Justin Wolfe
  • HISL 7830: Historiography of Colonial Latin America
    Faculty
  • HISL 7840: Historiography of Modern Latin America
    Faculty
  • HISL 6600: Peasants, Rebellion and the State in Latin America
    Justin Wolfe
  • HISL 6610: Modernity and Its Discontents in Latin America
    Justin Wolfe
  • HISL 6740: Social History: The City
    Guadalupe García
  • HISL 6750: Africans in the Americas: Comparative Social and Cultural History of the African Diaspora
    Laura Rosanne Adderley
  • HISL 6850: United States-Latin American Relations
    Justin Wolfe
  • HISL 6960: Women in Colonial Latin America
    Faculty

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UNITED STATES

  • HISU 7410: Seminar in American Colonial History
    Emily Clark
  • HISU 7450: Seminar in American Political History
    Faculty
  • HISU 7570: Seminar in United States Diplomatic History
    Jana K. Lipman
  • HISU 7730: Atlantic Sense/Sensibility
    Emily Clark
  • HIST 7930: Household Gender Sexuality
    Emily Clark
  • HISU 6410: Colonial British American History
    Emily Clark
  • HISU 6420: The Era of the American Revolutions, 1763-1787
    Emily Clark
  • HISU 6490: Sexuality and the Advent of Modern American Culture
    Faculty
  • HISU 6510: Recent U.S. from 1945 to the Present
    Faculty
  • HISU 6520: Ideas and Thinkers in American History, 1607-1865
    Emily Clark
  • HISU 6540: African-American Cultural History
    Laura Rosanne Adderley
  • HISU 6590: United States Legal History, 1865-1975
    Judith K. Schafer
  • HISU 6620: The New South, 1865-Present
    Randy J. Sparks
  • HISU 6750: Africans in the Americas: Comparative Social and Cultural History of the African Diaspora
    Laura Rosanne Adderley
  • HISU 6850: United States-Latin American Relations
    Justin Wolfe
  • HISU 6930: American Revolutions
    Emily Clark
  • HISU 6930: US Empire Since 1898
    Jana K. Lipman
  • HISU 6940: History of New Orleans

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GENERAL HISTORY

  • HIST 7001: Seminar in Historical Practice
    Faculty
  • HIST 7003: Historiography and Methodology (I)
    Faculty
  • HIST 7005: Historiography and Methodology (II)
    Faculty
  • HIST 7006: Intermediate Historical Writing
    Faculty
  • HIST 7007: Advanced Historical Writing
    Faculty
  • HIST 7008: Professional Development and Documentation
    Faculty
  • HIST 7120: Advanced Historical Thinking
    Linda Pollock